Demonstrators carry posters and flags during peoples anti-brexit march in London
Demonstrators carry posters and flags during a Peoples Vote anti-Brexit march in London, Saturday, March 23, 2019. (AP Photo/Tim Ireland)

Brexit revolt as more than a million take to streets in London

What an amazing day! More than a million people from every corner of the nation joined the big Put it to the People march on Saturday.  It was one of the biggest gatherings London has seen since VE day – so big that many never got anywhere near Parliament Square to hear the speeches. But it didn’t matter because every one who went left feeling elated – and with a sense that the momentum behind Remain movement is becoming unstoppable.

Yorkshire flags were everywhere on the march
Yorkshire flags: a common sight everywhere on the march

A record 19 coachloads of supporters – including three from North Yorkshire – set off down the M1. Many more traveled independently. Read the story in the Yorkshire Post

People from all backgrounds, races, nationalities – adults and children, able bodied and disabled – joined together in common purpose: To stop our despotic Prime Minister trying to drag us out of the EU.

Supporters ready to board the first of three NYFE coaches
Supporters ready to board the first of three NyFE coaches

There were clusters of white rose flags almost everywhere (we lost count of the number of people who asked, “what’s the flag with the flower?!”) 

The march came as the online petition to Revoke Article 50 became the biggest ever seen on the Government’s website (see below). Meanwhileopinion polls  suggest the public mood has changed and people generally are going off the whole idea of Brexit.

No longer can the Prime Minister claim it’s the will of the people. 

North Yorkshire for Euriope Banner at the march